Dynamic Jack

Dynamic Jack

Dynamic Jack is seeking investment
to build its cannabis business.

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Security Type
Revenue Sharing
Cannabis & Smoke Products
Min Investment
Expected Close Date
October 14, 2022
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Number of Employees
Short Term Debt
Cost of Goods
Long Term Debt
Net Income

Company Description

With an experienced team, a beautiful and strategic location, and a recognizable brand, Dynamic Jack is poised to become a leader in the New Mexico cannabis space. We've already raised over $900K and we're raising additional funds to complete the build-out of our outdoor cultivation and to purchase our indoor greenhouse.

Management Team / Advisory Board Bios

Ali Jubelirer
Ali Jubelirer is both an attorney and an entrepreneur. As an attorney, Ali has served as General Counsel/Chief Human Resources Officer toRevolution Cannabis Co., a multi-state cannabis operator (MSO) based in Chicago; advised companies like Audacious (an MSO founded by ex-Aurora CEO, Terry Booth) and Grown In (online cannabis regulatory training platform); and most recently, counsel to Aeropay, a cashless payment platform that supports highly regulated industries like cannabis and gaming. 

As an entrepreneur, Ali founded a legal, compliance and HR consulting company under the name Shiv & Bones (the nicknames of her kids), and counts among her clients: Enova (fintech), G2 (SAAS review platform); and Primary Health (healthtech). Ali also founded CannaMatch, a company connecting social equity cannabis licensees to trusted service providers in the industry. Most recently, Ali founded Dynamic Jack, a New Mexico plant-touching cannabis company, which received its cannabis production and manufacturing licenses in March 2022. As Dynamic Jack’s CEO, Ali applies her knowledge of the tech and cannabis industries, experience with multiple state regulatory frameworks, legal and HR background, and entrepreneurial drive to run Dynamic Jack, which currently operates on 140 acres about an hour from Albuquerque.

Before entering the cannabis industry, Ali spent almost eight years at Groupon in a variety of roles, culminating with her position as VP & Deputy General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer. Prior to Groupon, Ali spent six years at Tribune Company as in-house counsel, and prior to that, Ali worked as an associate for five years at Seyfarth Shaw LLP, where she concentrated her practice on employment litigation. 

Ali received her B.A. from The Pennsylvania State University Honors Program and attended law school at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. She is a certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP) and also holds a Senior Professional Human Resources (SPHR) certification.

Ali is passionate about supporting women and has an extensive network that allows her to make connections, big and small, to help support women in the cannabis industry. Ali is a member of Women in Cannabis (WINC), a small group of cannabis executives from across the country. Ali also founded and runs the GC Cannabis Forum, where general counsels at cannabis MSOs across the country meet to discuss topics impacting their practice. Ali has also turned her attention to cannabis investment opportunities, and has a diverse cannabis portfolio including: Happi, a THC beverage company; Jane Technologies, an eCommerce solution for cannabis dispensaries; and Prosperity Farm, a cannabis cultivator in Lesotho, Africa.

In her spare time, you can find Ali taking walks in the City of Chicago, where she lives with her husband, two wonderful kids and beloved dog, Bamba; or you can find her at the farm in New Mexico.

Ari Greenwald
Ari Greenwald is an accomplished entrepreneur and manufacturing executive with recognized achievements in team development, continuous improvement, quality, and growth. He is a value-based leader, internally motivated to create large-scale impact and an empowered workforce.  

Ari brings over 17 years of manufacturing experience in the automotive, food, and cannabis industries. Most recently, Ari founded Growing Green Problem Solving LLC, an independent consulting firm focused on operations, strategy, and efficiency. Ari also serves as a Board Director with WomenCann, an Ohio-based non-profit. Prior, Ari led the Cresco Labs cultivation site in Yellow Springs, Ohio, growing the top line by over 3,000%. In this role, he led teams through a turnaround and major growth phase in the Ohio cannabis market. Concurrent with that role, Ari served in an advisory capacity for the Village of Yellow Springs and was a Board Director with the Yellow Springs Chamber of Commerce.

Ari holds degrees in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering from Kettering University in Flint, Michigan, where he received the Sobey Scholar Medal upon graduation. He also graduated with his Executive MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management. Having used prescription drugs for over 30 years, Ari saw first-hand how cannabis can change someone's life. Ari is now prescription-free with the help of medical cannabis and is an industry advocate, having spoken publicly on various panels including: "Cannabis as Medicine" (Arthur Morgan Institute for Community Solutions Conference, November 1, 2019); "Clearing the Smoke: A Discussion on Cannabis" (The Athletic Club of Columbus, September 18, 2019) and "The State of the Cannabis Industry (Lawrence, Evans & Co. LLC and Benesch Law, October 2019), among other speaking engagements.

Dick Wilkinson
Dick Wilkinson is a retired Army Warrant Officer and entrepreneur. After 20 years serving as an intelligence program director in the Army, Dick spent 3 years as a tech executive with the New Mexico Supreme Court where he managed 65 employees and an annual budget of $12M.

Dick now owns his own cybersecurity startup and is an independent consultant with a focus on cyber risk and government administration. He is also a member of the Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only organization comprised of leading CIOs, CTOs and technology executives.

Dick has been a longtime political advocate for veterans and cannabis patients, helping to shape the discourse on emerging policy and laws in New Mexico. Dick ran for state senate, with cannabis legalization as part of his platform. Dick also established a volunteer and mentoring organization, The New Mexico Veterans Cannabis Alliance (NMVCA), to help veterans create businesses in the New Mexico cannabis industry. The NMVCA now has over a dozen military/veteran-owned companies making strides towards success in the cannabis industry, and Dick personally has mentored many veterans through NMVCA programming.

Amy Dordek Dolinsky
Startup Entrepreneur & Talent Expert
Amy Dordek Dolinsky is a proven leader who is a formidable presence in Chicago business and entrepreneurial circles in addition to the philanthropic and civic community. Amy was named as one of 2019’s Notable Women Executives by Crain’s Chicago Business.

Amy is the Director of Business Development at Lucas James Talent Partners, a recruiting firm that partners with fast growing, mid-sized companies and Amy’s clients range from PE-backed tech companies to multi-state cannabis operators.

Prior to Lucas James Talent Partners, Amy was Chief Revenue Officer and Head of Business Operations for Justice Grown, a multi-state cannabis company, Amy was part of the business development team working to win more than 30 licenses and overseeing sales operations. She was also involved in corporate development raising debt and equity, as well as implementing best practices and recruiting talent.

Amy is known as a sales expert and was a co-founder and advisory board member at GrowthPlay, a private equity backed sales effectiveness firm. She was part of the due diligence and integration of GrowthPlay's four acquisitions and then focused on driving revenue growth helping them to earn #22 on the Inc 500 list in 2017. The company was sold in 2020.

Before that, she managed the Midwest Region for BPI group, a global Outplacement and HR consulting firm, where she led global client relationships while also spearheading account management and marketing activities. She was also a member of the Executive Leadership Team.

Amy is a serial entrepreneur, having been involved in several previous start-ups as either founder or in leadership roles and has experience working in private equity backed firms. In 2018 Amy and her husband, Steve Dolinsky, launched a pizza tour company - Pizza City USA - based on Steve’s book “Pizza City USA; 101 Reasons why Chicago is America’s Greatest Pizza Town.” Pizza City USA offers walking pizza tours and coach tours every weekend. Amy helped Steve launch Always Hungry Media which provides consulting to food, restaurant, and real estate businesses, as well as custom curated food experiences – virtual and in person.

She is on the board of the International Women’s Forum Chicago and served two terms as Board President of Meals on Wheels Chicago. Amy is a member of the Economic Club of Chicago, serves on the Advisory Board of Sales Assembly a Chicago based organization for B2B tech organizations and has been a mentor with the Executive’s Club of Chicago. Amy has been a mentor at 1871, a Chicago based startup incubator, and a mentor with JCC’s Women in Power mentorship program.

Philanthropy is important to Amy and she has been involved with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, was on the board of Jewish Vocational Services/Jewish Children & Family Services as well as Reading is Fundamental. She also currently serves on the advisory board of a social media startup and a training platform startup.

Amy is passionate about developing and mentoring future women entrepreneurs and business leaders. This year, she and four other women launched a national network for C-Suite women leaders in the cannabis industry called WINC. Their mission is to support, attract and retain women and diverse leaders to create a more inclusive and diverse industry.

Richard Cole Eastman
Cannabis Regulatory Expert & Operations
Cole received his law degree from Loyola University School of Law and is a member of the Illinois Bar. Cole has worked for several high-profile political campaigns throughout hiscareer, including the reelections of President Obama and Mayor Emanuel, and following admission to the bar, as assistant counsel to the Speaker of the Illinois House. After working in the Illinois legislature, Cole worked for a Chicago-based multi-state operator calledJustice Grown, where he was responsible for building local partnerships, writing technical sections for applications, submitting permit renewals and state verifications, ensuring regulatory compliance, and writing standard operating procedures.

Currently, Cole works as an attorney in Chicago, focusing his practice on cannabis and hospitality. He is also a partner and general counsel for a craft grow licensee in the State of Illinois, which he won this summer with his team.

Mike Silva
Marketing & Retail
After 20+ years in the Hospitality & Tourism industry, Mike Silva found his entrepreneurial drive in 2007. He co-founded ABQ Trolley Co., now a subsidiary company of the newly named parent company, Albuquerque Tourism & Sightseeing Factory. In 2014, Mike founded Rude Boy Cookies. Rude Boy Cookies is a sweet shop serving fresh baked cookies and ice cream. Mike is a fiercely proud Burqueno, a frequent speaker across the city on entrepreneurship and philanthropy and serves on many boards, including:

President/UNM Alumni Association

Board member/Small Business Regulatory Advisory Committee (Mayor appointment)

Board member/Presbyterian Hospital Foundation

Foundation Board Member/ ACES TECH Charter School

In 2019, The 20th Annual New Mexico Ethics in Business Awards named Mike the winner of the award for Individual Excellence in Ethical Business Practice.

In 2020, Mike co-founded the community organization, BURQUE Against Racism (B.A.R.) B.A.R. is committed to fighting systematic racism with a goal to lift and support All Black Lives in Albuquerque.

Mike holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of New Mexico. Mike enjoys Lobo basketball, playing music (saxophone and drums) and spending time with friends and family. Mike has been married for 18 years, has one daughter and two dogs.

Lisa Burgess
Lisa is an experienced horticulturist that got her start in traditional horticulture. She moved into the commercial cannabis industry in 2018 at the start of Ohio's medical marijuana program, where she helped build one of the most successful vertically integrated companies in the state. She holds degrees in horticulture and computer science, and uses data driven methods to produce a consistent product every harvest. Additionally, she works with a women's cannabis non-profit geared towards patient education and job placement in the industry.

Jack Sbertoli
Design & Construction
Founder and President of John Martin Corporation, a Design-Build Construction & Development firm

Design team leader for multiple construction markets including cannabis cultivation, processing and retail sectors across the US

Launched new construction, retail and cannabis market divisions for major firms.

Cameron Wald
Independent Board Member
Cameron is a successful cannabis entrepreneur and investor. He started investing in the cannabis industry in 2011 when he owned and operated three highly lucrative dispensaries in Southern California in accordance with Prop 215 and SB420. After successfully exiting those businesses, he parlayed that experience into forming what would become Project Cannabis, a vertically-integrated cannabis company with five retail dispensaries, two indoor cultivation facilities, a distribution network that touched over 200 retail dispensaries, and award winning brands such as Triple Seven, Classix, and the Plug. Project Cannabis achieved record revenues and profitability in 2020 despite COVID lockdowns and an onerous CA tax structure implemented by the State. Cameron then spearheaded the sale of Project Cannabis to Columbia Care for $69M, the first and only sale of a California vertical cannabis operation to a publicly-traded multi-state operator.

In conjunction with the acquisition, Cameron took the role of Regional VP of Operations for Columbia Care, where he oversaw the legacy Project Cannabis assets in addition to two additional retail dispensaries in San Diego and a type 7 volatile extraction facility.

Prior to entering the cannabis industry, Cameron spent seven years in New York working for D.E. Shaw & Co., a $3B+ hedge fund, and Goldman, Sachs & Co., where he sharpened his skills in the analysis, structuring, and execution of investment opportunities.

He earned his BBA from Goizueta Business School at Emory University and his MBA from the Stern School of Business at New York University.
Amount Raised : $57,900
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